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good advice and that is your last call. thanks for being with us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow. "o'reilly now. tonight, time to make a close and it is easy, because it involves dessert. yes, food on the program is back. choice number one. involving pot. do you want to wait for somebody to tell you how much of a piece of pie, a day old pie you can have? you are a divider. or do you want to get off your butt and learn how to beaft the best -- to bake the best pie you have taken? do you want to take it? or bake it? tonight, give me an hour. we have pie. let me know your decision. come on, let's go. we will talk about pie. not because i'm a fatso and i also can get people to run out and get pie for me and i can after the show stuff my fat face with it. no. this is science, man. i want to demonstrate a fundamental disagreement that americans have with many of the leaders in washington and the globalists like speaky me. remember, i'm a baker not a divider. like a lover not a fighter but a yummy ending. infer mind. the administration and the progressives and the marxists see
. the rest of us know the free market system says we are all bakers. we are all bakers. we don't have to keep dividing the pie because when you get a new person in they are like, well, i hate this guy. and this guy has to have his pie here and the next selection and this guy, this guy should have his pie over here and some of this guy's pie should go to him and this piece? this piece goes over here and this piece goes over here but i take this piece and i put this piece back here. yummy. isn't it? instead, i will diet but i have to lick it off my fingers. instead, let the, what the free market system says, why not bake more pies? there is no such thing as one pie. all you have to do is learn how to bake pies. that's it. you are a baker. not a divider. someone has to stand up and say that. americans are bakers. not dividers. but we have taught everyone the pies don't exist, it is only this pie. and some of this is science. tonight do it at home. the problem is in our country now. there's crappy whipped cream that doesn't have fat in it it's better for you, puff. and so our children and a lot o
to for the good of all of us. but they know coming out and banning things like french fries not really going to go over well. have progressives ever done that before? >> oh, yes, thank you for asking. yes, they have it's a good thing we have our little time chart because if you know history. you're going to be able to remember let's see 1920, it's the 18th amendment. what is that? that's prohibition, a lot of alcoholics, you know, a lot of alcoholics, it's best for society if we say just say no to booze. well, that worked out well. by the way, one of my favorite movies, untouchables, great. oh, that had something to do with this. that's right, from 1920 to 1933, we had prohibition, no booze. >> yeah, didn't work out well, remember sean connery, you got to choose. what are you prepared to? remember that, yeah, didn't work out well. we can't just ban things, we've learned from history, we have a new approach. now, we don't ban, no, no, we nudge. we can just nudge people. what is a nudge? oh, look at this book, it's nudge. see what nudge is, instead of banning it, you'll have to special order french
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